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by toyota. an important message for toyota owners there has been a lot of people wondering about toyota recalls, get the facts and information at toyota.com. >>> all right. let's go out to the ronster. right now. >> reporter: good morning, don and marty. what a beautiful morning in baltimore. that is for sure. we are in front of one of the most beautiful buildings in the city, the fell's point recreation pier, it's almost 100 years old. of course changes are coming. interesting changes. a $45 million project that will bring a hotel here to one of baltimore's most popular neighborhoods. >> the fell's point recreation pier is one of baltimore's signature buildings. built in 1914, it once served as a community center. there were dances and basketball games. it's just been sold for $2 million. to local developer j joseph clark and h and s properties which built harbor east. a 132 room hotel is on the way. >> there will be a new hotel here on two levels inside, and the interior will be open to the sky. >> reporter: tourists stop here every day. the building doubled as a police station for th
by toyota. an important message for toyota owners, there's a lot of people wondering about the recalls. get the facts and information at toyota.com. >> and marty, thank you. >> and the ronster at the first mariner arena. >> well, you look fabulous. >> yes, the barnum & bailey's circus. >> we have todd here. how are you. >> i'm great. >> where are you from >> >> columbus, ohio. >> yeah, and the circus is in town. >> yes, the 139th edition. >> she's an old lady. >> yes. she is. >> i want to talk about these guys. let's come back live here. this is the chi chi har acrobatic group. come to see us and you'll see them 25 feet in the air and doing amazing routines on moving ships. how do they do this. the practice has to be unbelievable. >> it's all about eating twinkies and kool-aid. >> well, it doesn't work for me. we'll talk about the preshow all access. it's phenomenal. >> what you're seeing them now, you'll see it up close and personal if you go to the clown college preshow. it happens an hour before the show and you get to meet the stars and you can take home an asian elephant painting. a gi
, toyota agrees to pay a fine of more than $16 million, stemming from the defect in its vehicles. it was pleased because the government says toyota delayed on telling them about sticking gas pedals. the a maker agreed to pay a but denies the allegation that it violated the law. a transportation official says toyota wanted to avoid contesting it in court. the government claims toyota knew about the problems last september but failed to issue a recall until january. 8 million toyota vehicles worldwide are affected by the recall. many people are still looking for jobs these days, but once a land that interview, how can you make yourself standout? tracy get some expert advice. >> you can blow an interview, absolutely. >> you are lucky to get in the door, but you are one of many. you cannot lose sight of that. >> two interviewed experts agree to tell us the dos and don'ts. they say some things are obvious the people must them all the time. harrah's is president of first financial burdens as cannot overstate your experience >> they do reference checking or people who may know the perso
by toyota. there's been a lot of people wondering about the recalls. to get the facts and the information, go to toyota.com. >>> let's go right to the ronster at oriole park and camden yards. >> reporter: hey, the 19th season at oriole park and camden yards. the bird is here. how are you doing. the gating opening in less than six hours. the birds and the blue jays coming up and the birds are back in more ways than one. ♪ >> reporter: the birds are back. black and orange flamingos are flying off of the shelves. we celebrate the ravens and now the orioles. >> where are they going? >>> in the front yard. >> reporter: it's a change of season object out back and marty and tim say hello orange. >> well, the purple and black are changing it for orange now in the gardens and it's good. >> reporter: they're putting the finishing touches on in camden yards and the youngest fans can't wait. there >> he's 2 and the older boy is 5 and they love coming to the game and it's a great place for families and we're happy to have the opportunity to come down. >> reporter: here, it's time for a winning seaso
. this is brought to you by toyota. to get the facts and the information, go to toyota.com. >>> now, it's time for manic monday. >> manic monday in fell's point. well, we're doing greet, this is brought to you by mr. basement. before i introduce the group, a few quick announcements. we want to send our condolences out to al isala, a friend to thousands in the area and we extend our sympathies to his wife and the family. also, i had jury duty friday. literally hundreds of people came up to me to say hello to you in the studios. and a shout out to all of the people at the courthouse to you guys. >> did you do a clint eastwood in "hanger,m high. >> if you were an attorney, would you pick me? >> maybe. well, case closed. >> the team maryland transplant athletes. we thank you for coming down, we have people from all over. towson and columbia and district heights. what's your name. >> george. >> george, we thank you for coming down. >> i'm latrese. >> tell us about the athletes. >> it's a group of transplant recipients and they compete in athletic events and for the first time, we have 35 athletes g
about claims he doesn't live in baltimore. >>> next good news for toyota, how new discounts and incentives >>> toyota sales are soaring in the u.s. and crude oil prices are rising. robert gray reports. >>> still more firing than hiring. pay roll company adp saying the private sector dropped 23,000 jobs in march, a gain was expected. the government releases the big march jobs report on friday. >>> the dow dipping 50 points but stocks are hot. blue chips rising 5% and march 4% for the first quarter. good news for toyota reporting a 40% jump in sales this month compared to last year. discounts and incentives paying off. >>> boeing expecting financial hits from the financial cut. it's expected to take a cut to cover expected loss from the health insurance. >>> oil settling at a 17 month high, back above $83 a barrel after gaining more than a drar idollarin today's trading. president obama announces that he wants to open up big chunks of the east coast and gulf of mexico to offshore drilling. that is business, i'm robert gray. >>> coming up a legal battle between the father of a
a climate in the first place. >> in tonight's consumer alert, there is yet another recall in toyota involving 2003 toyota sequoyah suv's. there is an issue with the stability control system. toyota says there are no reports of crashes or injuries. owners can bring their vehicles in to get update in the software. >> the future of horizon -- verizon fios is still up in the air. fios is currently offered in surrounding counties, but the company has not announced any plans to expand into the city. a company official offered this explanation. >> we never said we were not coming to baltimore with fios, but clearly, putting pressure on us, trying to do these proceedings, trying to put the company and a negative light is not a good way to convince us to bring fios to the city. >> company officials have said in the past that verizon is focused on areas where they have already been approved to expand. marylanders pay heavily for road repairs. drivers pay about $100 more per year to fix bad roads than those in other states. the added expense for highway deterioration is about $425 and cost mor
determined she died from trauma. toyota may have finally agreed to make amends for the handling of its recent recall. we will have details on the straight ahead. >> toyota may be on the verge of another recall. this time on the lexus line. >> they will always be a fixture. how you can catch governor o'malley hanging out in city hall for years to come. >> we want to go home. >> a sentiment across the board, but there is good news for stranded passengers. >> maybe a little wet weather through the middle of the week. the weather forecast is straight ahead. 49 degrees of the >> the city hall says family along with city officials were there for the unveiling of martin o'malley house official portrait as mayor. it will hang in the press room along with paintings of other former mayors. >> speaking of gov. o'malley, he will kick off his election campaign next week. the official announcement will come during a series of defense stifel 22. a highly anticipated rematch of the 2006 gubernatorial race, o'malley is expected to face bob. rohrbaugh is calling it quits for. he says he will resign september 1
corrected for toyota customers. >>> she was saying to me, please help me and help me. >> the pursuit of tw >>> an 85 years old man was killed wednesday night as drug suspects tried to get away from police. crime and justice reporter joy lepola tells us why the man's wife still does not know her husband's fate. >> reporter: another family angered and saddened. >> he is gone. >> reporter: devastation brought on by baltimore's drug trade. >> i was there trying to comfort him telling him that you know, that help was on the way and she was saying to me, please help us. >> reporter: 85 years old alberelbert davis died shortly r police chasing cars crashed into his car. he suffered a heart attack. his wife also suffered injuries, but she survived. >> she is a nice lady. we speak and we have known each other for 30 or 40 years. i have been across the street from her. we talk every other day, nice family. >> reporter: for police this crime hits especially close. davis was the father of a female baltimore city police officer. it's believed the couple was on their way home when the accident occur
get their way. >> and toyota takes a consumer report seriously. why it is putting the brakes on a luxury car. >> the vatican under fire again. what xÑ >> millions more americans will very well soon have access to medical coverage under the new health care reform spot. but will they have access to a doctor? right now the u.s. suffers from a severe shortage of doctors. and today baltimore neurosurgeon dr. ben carson predicts health care reform will have a dire impact. >> in fact, it will be much worse. because there is going to be fewer doctors. and more patients. and, you know, again, until we begin to establish the right kind of setting, it won't work. >> now, proponents of the particular reforms predict the number of physicians will actually increase, because millions of dollars will be pumped into the training of new physicians. >> that brings us now to the question of the day. how will health reform affect your quality of care? 33 percent say health care will improve. 58 percent say it will decline. and 9 percent say it will remain the same. kelly writes on facebook. hope
by toyota. an important message by owners ever toyotaas -- toyotas. to get the latest information, visit them at toyota.com. >> thank you, christy. >>> it's among the holiest days on the christian calendar. good friday. in jerusalem, the stations of the cross attracted thousands from around the world. the jesus reen -- actor had blood coming up down his forehead. >>> still ahead. eyewitness news at 4:00. footwear, flip flops. the new study that reverses the summertime staple and your knees. >>> outrage explodes when a student writes a scathing article about daterape. >>> the tallest and fastest of its kind. and it's just a short drive from maryland. >>> and the weekend is here. will this beautiful warm weather last? meteorologist tim williams has your updated first warning forecast. can i eat heart healthy without giving up taste? a man can only try... and try. i heard eating whole grain oats can help lower my cholesterol. it's gonna be tough...so tough. my wife and i want to lower our cholesterol, but finding healthy food that tastes good is torturous. your father is suffering. [ male a
brand. toyota it is recalling 50,000 sequoya suv's. they need to control that. no accidents or injuries have been linked to this control f law. toyota will reimburse you for those charges. i'm jane king. back to you. >> thank you. passengers may get a break from the waiting game as new airline delayed rules kick in today. an airline will have limits to how long they can make passengers wait before they can take off. after two hours of delays, passengers must be given water and food. after three hours, airlines must offer passengers the option of getting off the plane. >> they will cancel those flights. the flights are so heavily booked and it will take a long time to get passengers out to their destination. >> airlines could be fined more than $27,000 per passenger. >> 44 degrees. we will get another look at your morning commute. >> you have heard about the miracle on ice. it plays out like the migraine on ice for the capitals. you'll see why. >> e-mail your response to watercooler@wbaltv.com. >> now 11 sports. >> the good news for the orioles comes out of the minor leagues. there was a
toyota dealer. en you'll find quality cars and trucks and you'll save more in the long run. >>> back to the ronster now, downtown. >>> who let the dogs out? >> well, ain't that the truth. good morning, we're at the inner harbor. there's a new attraction, that's the c dog 3. that's the latest tourist attraction. it's a history tour meeting a thrill ride and it's launched here in baltimore. >>> the open air speedboat seats 100 passengers. it's a 70-foot boat and it's the latest tour adventure to hit the area. >> we're going 32 knots, that's about 32 miles per hour. >> that's fast. yeah, it feels fast and with the windchill, it's fast. >> reporter: it originated in chicago in 1996 and the baltimore sea dog offers 50 minute site seeing tours and it goes to the key bridge and back. along the way, the tourists get to hear about the sites that also include the domino sugar factory sign. >> it will be great for baltimore. >> why? >> well, i think that it will offer something fun and exciting for not just the tourists to do here and the local residents who may have gotten used to the same old
prescriptions -- new at 6:00 p.m. >> the transportation department seems to be using toyota to drive home a point to automakers. >> not notifying the government quickly enough about defective gas pedals is the issue. we have the story from washington. >> in it -- in the middle of an advertising blitz aimed at shifting public opinion, toyota gets slapped with a $16.4 million fine, the maximum possible and the largest ever for waiting too long to alert authorities and drivers that the sticky gas pedal could be a problem >> our goal is to make sure that -- could be a problem. >> our goal is to make sure that we do not have a problem. >> toyota's president tried to explain what led to the dangers of defect in some vehicles. >> i fear the pace with which we have grown may have been too quick. >> but the fine is all about being too slow in eight -- to slow. in a statement, ravenwood says the government has proved that -- ray lahood says the government has proved that toyota knowingly failed to live up to expectations. for months, they did not take action to protect millions of drivers and their
of rolling over during certain turns. it is the latest news to hurt toyota's reputation, after recalling millions of vehicles due to faulty gas pedals. toyota says it will try to redo the test that consumer reports did and try to fix the problem. >>> results fell short of expectations. analysts keep an eye on the aluminum business. since it signals manufacturing trends. for more news, click on seeks money watch.com. in new york, i'm farnoosh torabi. >>> a group of tiny tightrope walkers test the limit by sending a 3-year-old on the high wire. >>> the little girl walked the wire without a balancing pole, almost 30 feet up above six hungry siberian tigers. you can see, she's persistent. she fell three separate times. she started tightrope training when she was just 1 year old. do you think it's time to take her away from those people? >> the purpose of that with the bengal tigers, beautiful as they are, and hungry. >> i think we'll see a follow- up story to that story. that leads our news the next day. all right. >>> coming up alt 4:00. change your diet. a new report links food to alzheima
's consumer alerts, toyota said it'll now check all of its suv's for problems similar to that roll over risk found by consumer reports in the lexus gx460. toya suspended north american sales on tuesday and then on wednesday expand the suspension worldwide. toyota doesn't plan to suspend the sales of the other vehicles that it's testing. >>> shoppers downtown baltimore is the place to be this weekend. baltimore retail week kicked off today. it's an unofficial week of tax free shopping. about 60 downtown retailers are offing discounts of 6% or more. >>> well you won't have your tax refund in time to enjoy this weekend's shopping but we tell you how to track your return and some new incentives which can make the refund go further so you don't waste your money. >> now that almost everybody in greater baltimore has filed their tax its its time to wait for the refund. with the average refund more than $2,000 we have good reason to be impatient. you can find out how long it'll take if you go to the irs website. go to irs.gov and click the where is my refund section. lue have to put in your social
of an elderly man. >> new trouble for toyota. the car being recalled now. >> and the cost of surgery, why maryland hospitals could be a better deal. >> live, in high definition, from wbff tv in baltimore, this is fox 45 news "late edition". >> gear, i am jeff barnd. >> and i am jennifer gilbert. new information tonight about the bullying going on at a west baltimore elementary school. sources tell us city school administrators have been to gilmore elementary investigating the allegations of violence involving kids attaining classmates. >> tonight kathleen cairns said a major change occurred for the child that first told us about the bullying you saw first on fox one week ago. >> everyone is talking about the bullies at gilmore elementary school. >> shanya is doing great now. >> shanya has been transferred to a new school at her mom's request after the disabled third grader was attacked by classmates. >> because i felt mad. and because people keep on teasing me, so i felt mad. so i wanted to jump out the window. >> after her story aired on fox 45. others came forward. >> they hit him with
. >> a bad grade for a luxury car. how toyota tonight is responding. >> live, in high definition, from wbff tv in baltimore, this is fox 45 news "late edition". >> hello again, i am jeff barnd. jennifer gilbert has tonight off. mayor suspends more than $1 million for a community action program. this half learning that some workers at the safe streets operation in west baltimore are now accused of using the program as a front for gang activity. monday, feds charged 13 people, investigators say two gang members worked for the non-profit group. and tonight we have reaction to the mayor's move. >> i know it will be hard on all of us. especially the outreach workers that love doing what they do. you know, that will affect the community that we serve. >> mayor stephanie rawlings-blake said the indictments raise many concerns about the program. >> a spike in home robberies has baltimore city police concerned at this hour. karen parks live at city police headquarters with more on the plan to fight back. karen? what is happening? >>well, jeff, police chief bealefield has beefed up patrols and prompt
on the loan funded by u.s. taxpayers. gm's ceo is expected to make the plan public tom. >>> toyota is recalling its lexus gx 460 suv to fix stability control problems. that's the model consumer reports warns consumers not to buy. toyota is offering to update the stability control software. >>> new reports say last year's cyber attack on google put the private information of millions at risk. intruders broke into a system giving access to multiple google services with just one log in. the pass words of g mail users were not involved. still they say hackers could find more vulnerabilities at gooinging. >>> this morning the washington post reports the food and drug administration wants to reduce sodium gaj wally over a period of years. high levels of salt increase the risk of heart disease and strokes. the fda is called to analyze thousands of products and how to reduce the salt. and new profit reports come out this morning as goldman sachs goes all out to defends itself over allegations it had fraudulent investments. >>> clear skies. some patchy frost to be found. frost advisory in s
at carmax. now more than ever the smart choice is carmax. >>> toyota's massive recalls could prompt big changes for all vehicles, under a congressional proposal, new cars and trucks would be required to have devices similar to a black box on a plane to help authorities reconstruct events leading up to a crash. they would also require safety devices. lawmakers promise to address auto safety, after toyota recalled more than 8 million vehicles worldwide. >> these days, almost anybody can use a little extra cash. sue kwon reports on one woman who is making money making products inside her own home. >> yeah, let's go. >> reporter: moni honvick's job is taking care of baby riley. but the middle schoolteacher missed a little extra income. >> i thought issue i might -- i thought, i might as well stay home. i was google surfing. >> it's a website, where everyday consumers post videos reviewing products that they have in their own home. >> well, they have different assignments that you can choose from, whether they be personal hygiene products, electronics, all sorts of different things. this raz
go up. it doesn't look like a big storm. >> speaking of storms, another recall affecting toyota owners. we'll have details coming up. >> and high anxiety over the economy is getting a boost from rising gas prices. the story next in our consumer alert. >> the city of anapolis wants you to come here this morning. they have even renamed main street. i'm >> the time is 68 degrees. we begin "consumer alert" with another recall for toyota. toyata says the road salt used in cold climates could deteriorate the cable. this could cause the cable to tumble into the road causing hazards for drivers. so far there have been six complaints of tires falling off. toit -- toyota is you calling affecting owners. >> a national tax-payer advocate told a congressional committee that about 20% of i.r.s. audits done by mail in the last six months were for people that claimed the new home owner tax credits. those can delay refunds. home owners have to show documentation and that keeps them from filing electroncally. two million tax payers took advantage of the tax credits last year. >> the u.s. struggli
. there are some new problems. >> toyota it is issuing another recall involving their suv. details coming up. what do you have a plant you want to trade for another plant? i will tell you about a community plan to swap. kraft we are tracking two new accidents out there. and >> a very good morning to you. it is 46 degrees downtown. a chilly start. we will warm up today with more sunshine. we are talking about a community plan to swap. it is basically a plant trade. maybe you want to trade up to something different. you have the opportunity here. it is taking place on roosevelt avenue. ellen gardner is here. what is the premise behind this? >> just so everyone can do a better job of getting a bigger variety of plants in the yard. >> and it is economical. >> bordering between yourselves. artering want -- borderin between yourselves. >> plants you can split. herbs. potted plants. >> so basically, anything that relates to gardening. these children are the helpers'. these young ladies will be helping out. saturday 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. let's take a look at the hd doppler. the slightest chance of a t
over the skies in europe, the volcano in iceland has other plans. >> toyota takes action after one of their suv's has concerns. >> get your crazy children's books ready. you cannot donate to a great cause. stay tuned. >> your morning commute is getting a little busier. we will >> a very good tuesday morning to you. it is at 52 degrees downtown. it is milder than yesterday. we have a brisk northwest wind. we are inside at the baltimore book bag. this is a wealth of resources for anyone who needs children's books. we are talking about may 1, i saturday from 9:00 until 2:00. it is books for kids day. >> we are asking people to come out to the parking lot and drop off any books they may have. we will bring them here and get them out to schools, teachers, families, and organizations throughout baltimore. >> this is the place to come. >> you could come through on wednesdays and thursdays from 3:00 p.m. until 6:00 p.m. >> you have a great volunteers. we have loyola university, the poetry club. they had a poetry reading the other night. they are up early. a great volunteer effort. all of t
sidewalks. lofty goals. >> his studies are going well. toyota executives and dealers were helping with thousands of recalls. could they have been avoided? >> spend some time cleaning up some trash along the river and you get to do some thing like this for free. >> tiger woods makes the cut as his comeback continues. i am in augusta. >> hd doppler shows rain moving off the coast as gusty winds bring in chilly air. the weekend forecast coming up at camden yards. temperatures in the '50s. temperatures in the '50s. >> good afternoon. i am live in the 11 news room. here is what we are working on for 11 news at 6:00. the city council president is firing back after we showed he is the co-owner of a taxpayer- funded home. officials at the records ate. we are also live at annapolis, where a debate over same-sex marriage popped up. plus, >> tiger woods put in another solid performance despite the scandal that kept him out of the game for four months. >> the finished another round at augusta national and is only two shots off the clubhouse lead heading into the weekend. >> following his best
, as you can see, pretty busy there. this terrific report is brought to you by toyota. an important message by toyota owners. to get the facts and latest information, you can always visit them at the website, toyota.com. >> just a gorgeous day out there, bern. you can't say enough adjectives to describe it. >> looks pretty in her yellow. >> i know. i love it. >> you need to wear it for the preakness, too. >> very good call. i'll have to remember that. >>> take a look at the temperatures outside. 73 degrees. it is warm. we'll have your forecast when we come back. ♪ [ female announcer ] they make little hearts happy... ♪ ...and big hearts happy too. because as part of a heart healthy diet... ...those delicious oats in cheerios can help naturally lower cholesterol. [ cheerios spilling ] cheerios. how can something so little... ...help you do something so big. try new chocolate cheerios with a touch of delicious chocolate taste in every bite. >>> it is friday. and i think a lot of people are in the mood this friday, because of the fact that it has been gorgeous the past couple of days. been
serious allegations. how you can help police in the investigation. plus, toyota's troubles keep accelerating. what they may be doing with the what they may be doing with the lexus suv that is getting pande compare a well equipped lexus es, to a well-equipped buick lacrosse. get inside each. and see what you find. if perfection is what you pursue, this just might change your course. meet the new class of world class. the twenty-ten lacrosse, from buick. may the best car win. >> temperatures in the 30's in the morning, 60's in the afternoon. showers counter on wednesday. we bounced right back to 67 thursday and friday under partly sunny skies. more cigna began storms rolling through over the weekend. more steady rain sunday -- more significant storm swirling through over the weekend. steady rain on sunday. >> significance storms bring significant flowers. [captioning made possible by constellation energy group] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.o
of is toyota. that's the car making headlines. there are other recalls out there. linda smith tried to shop smart for her teenager daughter so when the car broke down she got mad. turns out the broken part was a subjects of a recall issued before she bought the car. she took the car to the local dealer who made the $1,000 fix all for free. >> it was hugely important because i would have probably taken it to a local garage to have it fixed and paid for it. >> carfax vehicle history report company says last year 1.4 million cars recalled but not repaired changed hands. now they offer consumers a free recall check on the website. if you are buying a used car it is a good idea to check it out first. it doesn't cost you any extra. >>> government watchdog group released annual pig report. it outlines projects lawmakers put into the budget to benefit constituents at home. spending on earmarks is down 15% from last year. since 2006 earmarks are down 40%. >> everything else in washington is going up quite rapidly, congress has managed to reduce the number and cost of earmarks. >> some of the largest
of america, toyota, verizon and wal-mart. but there can only be one winner. >> all the companies in our bracket were submitted and voted on by consumerist readers. people are going off about their dealings with them. >> they'll crown a winner april 26th. go to consumerist.com. >>> let's fill out our own bracket with this weather. beautiful weather coming up. good morning, justin. >> this is exactly what we need. check out these temperatures. massive flooding continuing across the northeast. this one from connecticut. that pizza may be soggy. flooding waters gushing everywhere. some people had to be pulled from their cars. many of those absolutely destroyed and submerged. the problems continue uh, with this uh, record flooding throughout the state of connecticut and rhode island, up toward massachusetts. water will continue to drain out over towards the atlantic and long island sound over the next couple days. dry weather is exactly what you need when you see that picture. almanac in baltimore, back here on april 1st with a typical 38 degree morning low. 60 degrees for the afternoon high
flights without passengers in recent days. none reported problems or damage. >> toyota, pulls the plug on the lexis suv. toyota is recalling 2010 lexis gx 460. this recall is affecting about 9400 vehicles. last week consumer reports issued a don't buy warning on the vehicle saying it was susceptible to roll over. >> >> next on the news at 10:00. computer security concerns, why changing your password may not do much good. >> and katie stevens was voted off, you may recall, but made >> how many different online passwords do you have? many of us have to remember a lot. for all the websites we use. judy kurtz explains why one analyst said lots of passwords could be a complete waste of time. >> if it seems you're scrambling to come up with new passwords for e-mails, bank accounts, websites, you are not alone. the long held belief is saying lots of passwords keep you secure. but a researcher said not so fast. study said concentrating on your password could be effort with little benefit. and the study said that rather than using a program to try to break security passwords, cyber criminals ar
. >>> toyota agrees to pay a multimillion-dollar government fine. but still contends it did not break the law. the $16.4 million penalty is for failing to notify u.s. authorities about a dangerous accelerator defect. toyota recalled over 2 million vehicles in january because of the problem. also today, the automaker recalled its 2010 lexus gx460 because of potential rollover problems. >> and the state's un. . ment -- unemployment rate seems locked at nearly 8% hundreds flocked to the fifth regiment armory today. the jobs there may signal an economic turnaround for maryland. >> the job search for brian cozart began last mont. month. he retired military x. searches online every day. wait suggest the hardest part. >> it's definitely time to get back out is there. >> reporter: but he has company and competition. much of it showed up at theam job fair, hosted by elijah cummings. cummings says all of the employees have positions. >> there are a lot of people feeling a sense of hopelessness. and the last thing i wanted to do was to have people come out here, employers, claiming to offer jobs who don
, baltimore city is going green and getting rewarded for it. >> and toyota issues another recall and agrees to pay major fines to the government. >> we all know about addictions to things like smoking and alcohol, but indoor tanning? believe it or not, it is a growing disorder. >> there is something that happens in the body that causes a problem >> and most women try to make it look pretty, but your nails can also tell you a lot about your health. >> and a for alarm fire over the weekend in an historic downtown annapolis. annapolis. ♪ ♪ do, do, do it together ♪ do, do it together ♪ ♪ it's all right, it's all right ♪ ♪ do, do it together ♪ do, do it together ♪ it's all right, it's all right ♪ ♪ it's all ri-i-i-ght [ female announcer ] cruises from baltimore and new jersey. visit royalcaribbean.com today. cracks whip -- >> we want to go back up to captain roy taylor. the accident has now turned deadly, right? >> yes, it has now turned into a fatal accident. a southbound interstate 95 just south of 32. the problem is going to be traffic. anyone making their way south down
just keep piling up for toyota as one of the nation's leading consumer watch dogs gives them a stamp of disapproval. details are coming up. >> but first, a devastating earthquake rocks a chinese mountainside, leaving hundreds dead in its wake. those stories and more when 11 news today returns. >> and the 10th annual victims fund run starts this weekend. we've got details for you live from patterson park. >> we're checking on a foggy morning commute, already had one accident. we'll let you know if we have progress to report there and check out any new problems. >> a very good morning to you. hope you're doing well on this wednesday. it is chilly outside this morning p. it's 43 degrees downtown. we are here in baltimore city at patterson park live this morning. on sacramento at 9:00, they're going to be kicking off the 10th annual victims fund, as in fun-d race. there's also a within-mile walk. we talk about victims, we talk about crime victims in baltimore city, and this is sponsored by the state's attorney. with the state's attorney office, we do have robin haskins. robin, again, wha
the driver of the toyota. >>> and we want you to take a look at this. police say this man and another man robbed the harvard bank in downtown baltimore just last month. one suspect apparently went to the vault while the others held employees on the floor at gunpoint. the thieves got away with an undetermined amount of cash. >>> and baltimore county police say the person in this picture right here stole credit cards from a locker at the maryland athletic club on timonium road. now, one of the credit cards stolen last month was apparently used at a parkville convenience store to buy cigarettes. this person is also wanted in connection with thefts at the club between last october an january of this year. police believe he drives a silver mitsubishi galant with a sunroof and has temporary tags. >>> well, mccormick and company out of baltimore county is pulling some of its seasonings off store shelves. the volunteer recall involves packages of its fajitas issening mix because they contain certain undeclared wheat and milk immigrants that could be harmful to people with allergies. the effective
-degree murder for shooting the doctor. >> in this morning's consumer alert, toyota is keeping some of its popular incentive plans like interest-free leasing that were due to expire next week are having some success. last month their sales surged by 40%. now an executive says some of the programs will stick around. well, online auction house ebay is making changes to attract more customers. they have decided to rename its classified. there is a new design and stronger filters for fraud and they are also working to make it easier for mobile phone users, introducing two in i-phone apps. the maker of the blackberry device may take a hit in trading today. jane king has that story and more in the bloomberg business report. >> good morning. it seems that almost everybody out there has a smart phone device or a detroit or an iphone. it is that stiff competition that is taking its toll on research in motion. the maker of blackberry. it reported fourth quarter stheals missed analyst' estimates. the company hopes to boost overseas sales to make up for the loss in north america. apple will be selling
carried out test flights in the volcanic zone and reported no problems. >>> and toyota has ordered recalls of nearly 10,000 lexus suvs for possible roll-over dangers. dealers will update software in the stability control system of the 2010gx460. the auto maker has also agreed to a record $16 million fine for a slow response in its broader earlier recall. >>> they lost their 16-year-old daughter to the drug ecstasy. but these parents are moving beyond their grief hoping to save other young lives. tonight we'll show you how. >>> and high hopes or deep denial for baltimore's inner harbor. can you imagine going for a swim? maybe an eye idea on one of those hot sum every days kelly. seasonal, mid-60s, we'll talk about where the temperatures head for the rest of the week after this. . >> when you have had a sequence of storms and someone has been tracking you over the past couple of years, and following everybody else, it's nice to be recog knifed. more accurate, more detailed. >> to us you're not just jobless, you're an eligible employee who may need more advice. [ male announcer ] looking for
some of the ship can be attributed to a recent high- profile quality problems with toyota cars and trucks. american manufacturers say the bottom line is, they are producing a much better product now. >> our new vision for general motors is simple and direct. design, build, and sell the world's best vehicles. >> julie and her husband are in the market for a new american made cars. they say american dealers may have finally learned a valuable lesson. >> i don't think the competition with foreign cars has heard them. has made them want to be better. i think they are trying to do that. >> an effort that seems to be paying off. >> a new study takes a look at how much americans are saving in this tough economy. the report says 50% of us could not save any money last year because bills were piling up. >> i try to do a monthly contribution to the savings account. it does not always work in this economy. >> whenever i try to say, something always comes up to take it away. >> just under half the country squeezed out savings by cutting out dining out, even medical expenses and college. ac
the laws, and not trying to go after those who are not. >> toyota is expected to pay a fine for waiting four months to tell the government about defective gas pedals in its cars. the car company faced deadline of today of acceptor contest the fine of $16.4 million. on toyota knew about the sticking gas pedals in september but didn't issue a recall until january. >>> the number of mull tie racial americans is expected to go up with the 2010 census but experts say many people with one black parent and one white parent only identify themselves as black on the census. president obama is one of those people. he only checked the black on the census box despite having a white mother. they have no idea how many people who check black on the census are multi racial. but the decision to check one box or more is based on the history and pride. we want to know, should all multiracial people check two boxes if applied to them. you can go to our website at foxbaltimore.com and tell us what you think or get to us through facebook, send us a tweet at fox baltimore or text your answer to 45203, enter fo
than expected $4 million profit. >>> toyota announces the recall of the 2010, gs460. toyota had already suspended worldwide sales of the vehicle. >>> toyota has agreed to pay a record $16.4 million fine for allegedly failing to notify the department of transportation of a sticky pedal des defect in the cars for four months after learning of the problem. even while agreeing to pay the fine, toyota denied the government's allegations. >>> the ash cloud is costing the air carries an estimated $9.9 million per day. dealt that which has the billingest presence in europe is losing the most money $6.5 million a day. for business brief, i'm stan case. >>> coming up, tightening down how lawmakers hope to make the u.s./mexico border safer. >>> a candlelight vigil will be held tonight to remember a frostburg state student gunned down over the >>> welcome back to fox 45 morning news. 6:31 is the time. you ever taking a look at the inner harbor. pretty soon you could be taking a swim in the inner harbor. how many of you would actually like to do that? of course, not in the current conditions, but on
going up against toyota in court haven't had an easy time. the automaker engaged in questionable, and deceptive tactics when it was sued. they said it doesn't have the information it is required to turnover and sometimes ignored court orders to produce key documents. >>> as we first reported last week spirit airline wants to charge you for carry on bags starting in august, as much as $45 each way. today a senator said he will urge government regulators to stop fees for carry on bags. . >>> spirit airlines carry on fee won't apply to personal items, that fit under the seat sot airline said it'll add measuring devices to determine which bags deserve to pay that fee. >>> many go to church ready to give money but one church they are giving it away. attending may have felt more like contestants on a game show. kyle shows us this unique offering. >> this is church. it looks more like a rock concert than what you might picture. it's definitely eccentric blend of people. bikers, tattoos rockers, young couples, seniors, the pastor. it doesn't hurt he and the church are give away free 1,0
took her toyota rav four plastered with her photos, favorite color, and information. >> does this person sound familiar? >>reporter: on the road and across america. her goal? to change laws so that convicted rapists get tougher sentencing and that dna is collected from all convicted felons upon their arrest. 23 states currently require dna upon arrest and maryland is one of them. >> when they get the dna, we have stories upon stories of matching back 15 to 20 years. getting the dna and arrest is a big, big portion of it. >>reporter: after 34 states and 27,000 miles, she says her journey is far from over. >> i really feel i have no choice. i wish i could bring her back. i can't. if i can find some way of getting her killer off the road -- but also, stopping other violent pred tors, i'm going to do that, >>reporter: fox 45 news at 10:00. >> her next stop is philadelphia. to follow her journey or learn more about her daughter's murder, go to foxbaltimore.com and click on news links. >>> the pentagon city metro station reopened tonight after a suspicious package turned out
eyewitness news. >> the house has lead passed its own version of financial overhaul legislation. >>> toyota's continuing problems and recalls is having a significant effect on the opinions of u.s. car owners. according to a survey by the associated press, more americans believe u.s. automakers produce better cars than their asian counterparts. this reverses a long-standing trend. in 2006, 46% of those surveyed believed the best vehicles were made in asia, while just 25% preferred american vehicles. >>> in wjz healthwatch, how a woman's weight gain affects her risk of breast cancer. which a woman's body mass increase in middle age, it nearly doubles her risk of breast cancer. the cause may be linked to estrogen, produced in the extra body fat. >>> also in healthwatch, children with asthma who live and play in high-traffic areas have substantially more emergency room visits than other children with asthma. the 11-year study determined ozone was a main cause. along with pollution, caused by automobiles. >>> this year is part of wjz's continuing community commitment. wjz is a proud sponsor of r
yours, like mine ♪ like home... ♪ home... ♪ ♪ home! captioning sponsored by 20th century fox and toyota. moving forward. >> i think that the school system is ignoring parental rights. >> a classroom clash over websites. students allowed access to information about gays. how some parents are fighting back tonight. >> police of chief. he told me i could do it. >> why this cop said he may be punished for protecting kids. >> her school will labeled a persistent dangerous school. >> questions about bull looking at a elementary school. why the school said suspensions for bullying are a good thing. >> before we see the warm temperatures we have a frost advisory in place through the overnight. areas that will get the coldest coming up. >> gives everyone hope. >> how one of glee's biggest stars got her start. >> live in high definition, from wbff tv in baltimore. this is fox 45 news at 10:00. >> hello, i am jeff barnd. >> and i am jennifer gilbert. it is a fight over internet access in schools. harford county now allows students to view websites about gay and lesbian group and but some parents a
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were denied. >>> coming up another day, another recall. the car that toyota your body needs water... and women who drink crystal light... drink 20% more of it. ♪ crystal light. water your body. from crystal light.] new purefitness... the first fitness drink with no artificial sweeteners, flavors, or preservatives. new purefitness... from crystal light. a pure way to water your body. >>> one day after a huge sell-off and despite on going concerns that the debt crisis in europe is praddin spreading. the stocks rebounded. the no, sir dak remaine nasdaq y unchanged. >>> the fed reserve announced that it's leaving a key rate at zero. the economy is strengthening and the labor market is beginning to improve, but not enough to raise the fund rates for an extended period of time. >>> toyota is recalling 5,000 sequoia suvs because of the vehicle stability control systems that ma can cause the vehicle to hesitate or slow down at slow speeds. half of the vehicles in the recall have already had the problem fixed. there's no crashes or injuries. >>> according to labor department 41 metro are
stopped in haiti to see the damage from the earthquake there three months ago. >>> toyota's temporarily halting sales of the 2010 lexus gs-460 after "consumer reports" warned people not to buy it. the magazine said handling problems could lead the suv to roll over. >>> as matt mentioned, an 11-year-old florida girl is safe this morning after a harrowing ordeal. she was found tuesday morning following more than four days lost in an alligator infested swamp. nbc's mark potter has more on the incredible story of her being lost and found. good morning, mark. >> reporter: good morning to you, natalie. too often these missing children's cases don't end up well and many here had begun to fear that in natalie bloom's disappearance. but then came a stunning 911 call and everything changed. 11-year-old nadia bloom found alive after days of difficult searching in dense woods and swamps, officials had begun to fear the worst. but then, they got a dramatic 911 cell phone call from a densely wooded area they had not yet searched. >> i've got her. i've got nadia. okay, i'm in the middle of the swamp.
, production for toyota soared. toyota cars and trucks have been the subject of a u.s. government investigation and at least three major separate recalls in the past year. for business brief, i'm stan case. >>> coming up fighting fire house closures. how the firefighters union hopes to keep the doors open. >>> and more reports of violence inside of a west baltimore elementary school. i'm megan gilliland, what the teacher's union is expected to do today to protect your children. >> reporter: i'm joel d smith live at fells point where the governor will kickoff his re-election campaign [wind rustling] [sound of waves crashing] [upbeat whistling in background] discover all that northwest florida has to offer. seventeen hidden beaches, one revealing destination. fly southwest's new nonstops from bwi airport to panama city beach starting at $99 one-way. (ding) >>> 6:30 is the time. i'm patrice harris. another rainy start to the morning. will it continue? meteorologist steve fertig is here with the that answer. >>> just a chance for a spotty shower, but really we're going to see drier trend -- or tre
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